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Franken Predicts 35-50 Vote Winning Margin Tomorrow

He did his own math so intricately that even the media got lost, not doing as much homework as the campaign did. Next (probably not until January 1st) they will count the 1,600 or so improperly rejected absentee ballots, as ordered by the Minnesota Supreme Court. The only thing that can save Coleman now is a shocker outcome of those ballots, which are expected to favor Franken by at least 8%.

UPDATE: The Minneapolis Star-Tribune weighs in with an “analysis” saying Franken’s official lead will be 48 votes tomorrow. This means that for the first time, the Franken campaign and the newspaper (whose estimates have always leaned toward Coleman’s version of the numbers) are on the same page.

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